Courtney answered Saturday June 18 2005, 3:33 am: Biking, lowering yourself to the ground(not all the way) and then coming back up and doing it all over again. They really do burn . So, I hope I was some help and lovely day. [ Courtney's advice column | Ask Courtney A Question ]
azngemini answered Saturday June 18 2005, 2:40 am: squates will diffinately help. if you dont know how to do them, you just have to make it seem as if you're sitting on a chair against the wall.
if you run a lot, or climb stairs a lot, then your thighs will tone out more since you're excercizing them.
working out with a stairmaster will also help you, they're amazing. [ azngemini's advice column | Ask azngemini A Question ]
Babygirlxoxo answered Saturday June 18 2005, 2:17 am: Try different exercises and if you "feel the burn" in your thighs keep doing it!
Alin75 answered Saturday June 18 2005, 12:43 am: No matter what advice you might get, listen very very carefully. There is no way to target fat loss to a specifc area of the body- it is not physically possible. If you do exercises that target the thighs you will, in time, build muscle on the area. This will make the area bigger and will NOT get rid of the flab. Now, what you need to do is to make a decision between the following two choices: 1. Either you start to lose weight- by eating balanced meals, cutting saturated fat, increasing your general exercise level and so on, or 2. you decide that overall you are happy with the way you are. If you choose 1 then your body will decide the order of fat loss- its genetic Im afraid. For weight loss, resistance trainning is the superior choice to aeroboc training due to its effect on the metabolism. So... a comprehensive weight trainning routine beats running any day. Anyhow, here is a link to a site that has detailed descriptions of most popular exercises for all areas of the body: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)
Best of luck to you whatever you choose, but remember that no area specific exercise will let you achieve what you want. [ Alin75's advice column | Ask Alin75 A Question ]
myRainyFebruary answered Saturday June 18 2005, 12:15 am: Pilates are perfect for toning..
luv2swim109 answered Friday June 17 2005, 11:55 pm: the "flab" you think it is.is accually muscle. if you want try havcing a daily run each day for about 15 minutes. or try swimming some laps. im a swimmer and it really makes a difference once i do another season.
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